Needham, Ewart; Emmett, John
January 1988
Image Technology;Jan1988, Vol. 70 Issue 1, p15
Trade Publication
The article discusses the technical defects on the development of videotape systems in Great Britain. Thames Television broadcasting industry in Great Britain questioned the tapes' technical flaws. Thames had been using the videotape since its formation in 1968, however, they found some moulds that grow on some of its tapes. The tape manufacturers then, were investigated regarding the products' defect.


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